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Making a case for Sydney’s Carrington Road precinct

A new report uses the Carrington Road precinct as a case study to argue that Sydney needs to preserve industrial land to support and...

Aussie scientists 3D print brain-like tissue from stem cells

Scientists from Australia’s University of Wollongong have made amazing strides towards 3Dpnting human organs and tissue for transplantation by successfully 3d printing brain-like tissue...

New eco-friendly coating solution to benefit marine industry and healthcare

Australian researchers are developing a self-cleaning, anti-microbial organic coating for painted sheet steel that could deliver major benefits to healthcare and the marine industry. The...

The University of Wollongong launches free online 3D body part printing course

The University of Wollongong’s (UOW) Australian Institute for Innovative Materials has launched a month-long course in 3D body part printing titled  “Bioprinting: 3D Printing...

University of South Australia crowned champions of the National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition

MEDIA RELEASE The University of South Australia claimed victory at the 2015 National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition (NI ARC), defeating 21 university teams from Australia...

Young engineers from Australia and New Zealand to face off in robotics live final

After the dazzling Robotronica festival that took place at the Queensland University of Technology last month, another exciting robotics event is scheduled to take...

You think 3D printing is awesome? Check out 4D printing (video)

3D printing has already revolutionised industry on every level, providing designers, architects, engineers, inventors, researchers, doctors, jewellers and others with an endless range of...

World’s first bionic bra could become a manufacturing specialty for the Illawarra

Thanks to the pioneering work of researchers at the University of Wollongong (UOW), a world’s first bionic bra could very soon become reality and...

Collaborative research on academic level to fast-track use of 3D printing technology for manufacturing...

A new collaboration between the two leading Universities in Queensland and their European counterparts from the Netherlands and Germany will teach Australian students how...

BlueScope resumes production at the Port Kembla Steelworks Sinter Plant following EPA approval

BlueScope has restarted the Sinter Plant at the Port Kembla Steelworks after obtaining the NSW Environment Protection Authority’s (EPA) conditional approval. Giselle Howard, EPA’s Director...
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